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10 Reasons to thank your music teacher

10 Reasons to thank your music teacher

Music and Education
10 reasons to thank your music teacher Many people who live from music or even those who do it as a hobby may remember that they were influenced or inspired by their music teacher. It could have been a private teacher or in the school classes that motivated you to realize that music was much more than just something that you enjoyed doing in your free time. Even if you do not dedicate yourself professionally to these the benefits of musical education are being recognized and studied so we have many things to thank the music teachers 1. They taught you that it is okay to make mistakes And making mistakes is how you learn and grow as a person. It is a useful lesson for life not just for music. 2. They taught you to believe in your abilities and to keep you calm under pressure Excellen...
Musictherapy: Heal in the key of G

Musictherapy: Heal in the key of G

Music and health
Music therapy: heal in the key of sun Madame Sousatzka, masterfully played by Shirley MacLaine in 1988, was destined to be a great concert performer. But the master's plans and an anxious mother who pushes her on the stage too soon make her a somewhat embittered piano teacher who teaches in a rococo floor in London to the point of eviction. Beyond the fiction of this not well-known movie, the piano chords get to relax to the most neurotic. Sitting comfortably on a couch, in dim light, after a tedious work day, is necessary. Listening to music for this purpose is an alternative therapeutic discipline increasingly used. Question of counteracting the rapid pace of society. Although music therapy is known from very remote times; It is only after the twentieth century, specifically in the ...
Lyrics and Music

Lyrics and Music

Lyrics and Music
Finding a link between language and music Lyrics and music go together so naturally that it seems obvious. Science now confirms that both skills are linked in the brain, which could lead to better treatments for stroke sufferers. It has been discovered that language processing and instrumental music in the brain are superimposed and new research indicates that intensive music therapy can help spill patients to regain speech, it was reported Saturday at the annual meeting of the American Association For the Promotion of Science. In addition, music education can help dyslexic or autistic children to use language more accurately. Those who have suffered a severe stroke in the left brain and are unable to speak often learn to communicate through singing, said Gottfried Schlaug, an assistan...
Sounds that heal

Sounds that heal

Music and health
Sounds that heal benefits of music, music therapy benefits, effects, Melov, music therapy, healing, sound The instruments to be caressed by the hand of man sounds that produce different emotions in both the performer and the listener. The inner feeling that is manifested by passive listening or execute an instrument guided way to receive or deliver the vibration of a drum, the soft sound of a flute, the gentleness of a piano or a harmonious blend of strings of a guitar is different for each person. "For me, music is the most interesting and versatile man, and the best food for the soul," says Aury Tovar, psychologist and music therapist. She is a pioneer in Venezuela in this discipline that combines knowledge of behavior and emotions with the magic of music and, thanks to the research ...
Music and health

Music and health

Music and health, Production, Soundtracks
Benefits of listening to music for health Music ignites our emotions through varied memories. Listening to music is one of the few activities that involve the use of the whole brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and can have surprising benefits by listening to it. Discover below what are the benefits of listening to music for health. Effective for pain Some of the benefits of listening to music are that it can reduce chronic pain from a variety of painful diseases, such as arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, by as much as 21% and depression by as much as 25%, according to studies. Music therapy is increasingly being used in hospitals to reduce the need for medication during labor, to reduce postoperative pain, and to supplement the use of anesthesia during surgery. All this happen...
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